Archive for July, 2012

Half of U.S. in Severe Drought

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 16:10 PM
July 13, 2012

    The United States government has now declared more than 1,000 counties in 26 states as official drought disaster areas.  If a county has suffered severe drought for eight weeks, farmers in that county are eligible for low-interest emergency loans from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

More than 61% of farm acreage in the lower 48 states are in horrific drought conditions.  This is the highest percentage in the 12-year record of the U.S. Drought Monitor.  Moni Basu of CNN says American farms are in the worse dry weather conditions since 1988, and weather experts expect it to get worse.

Of course, the dry earth is part of the same record of triple digit heat waves, destructive storms, and out-of-control wildfires that have also plagued the country.  Because America’s corn fields are particularly under siege, economists warn of higher food prices starting this coming Fall.

Rich Tinker, author of the U.S. Drought Monitor told Basu that “Half of America’s pastures and ranges are in poor or very poor conditions, up from 28 percent in mid-June [and] 30% of the corn crop in the 18 primary corn-growing states are in the same conditions, up from 22% the previous week.  In the hottest areas last week, which were generally dry, crop conditions deteriorated quickly.”

T-storm Weather, LLC, told Jeff Wilson of “Most of the Midwest will get less than 20 percent of normal rain in the next five days, and temperatures will rise above 100 degrees Fahrenheit (35 degrees Celsius) in the four days ending July 18.”  Thus, Bloomberg expects soybeans and wheat losses will exceed government forecasts.

Ron Mortensen, the president of Advantage Ag Strategies Ltd. in Fort Dodge, Iowa, told Wilson:   “Soil moisture is empty, and you can see the crops declining daily. Crops will get smaller without a dramatic increase in rain in the next two weeks.”

Corn, absolutely the biggest crop in the U.S. was valued at $ 76.5 billion in 2011.  That year soybeans grossed $35.8 billion and wheat $ 14.4 billion.  But it will not be the same in 2012.

As most of the nation’s farms are in what is called the Bible Belt, surely pastors there are flying church banners calling for prayer.  In Haggai Chapter 1, when drought struck, God said, “Consider your ways. . . . Therefore the heaven over you is stayed from dew, and the earth is stayed from her fruit.  And I called for a drought upon the land, and upon the mountains, and upon the corn, . . . .”

So believers repented, and asked God’s forgiveness for ignoring His laws, and doing only what they wanted to do.  And God forgave them, and restored their prosperity.  So must America now do the same!

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Ignore EU Hype: Now People in Spain Revolting Against Austerity

posted by Ida B. Wells IV @ 17:31 PM
July 12, 2012

    How is it that everyone elsewhere in the world has been told that problems in Europe are over, that all banks in the euro-zone are satisfied, and that fears in the populations there are ameliorated?

If so, then why are thousands of people in Spain––this time Spain, not Greece, Ireland or Italy, etc.––rioting in the streets over anger with Germany’s austerity program for their country, the fourth largest economy in the euro-zone?

The protests began with miners marching 280 miles over two and a half weeks toward Madrid in what they called the ‘Black March’ demonstration.  Along the way, they were joined by other miners and supporters for large protest demonstrations yesterday and Tuesday outside the Industry Ministry.

Police fired rubber bullets and used batons against protesters, resulting in injuries to some 43 protesters and 33 police officers.  In other types of protests, analysts say the new austerity measures will only deepen Spain’s recession.

CNN reporter, Al Goodman, says: “The miners are protesting a 64% cut in the government subsidy to the mining sector this year––from 301 million euros to 111 million euros.  Unions say this endangers the jobs of 8,000 miners and 22,000 auxiliary jobs that serve mining regions where 200,000 people depend on mines.”

The demonstrations came as Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s announced an increase in general tax from 18% to 21 %, along with spending reductions, employee benefit cuts, and elimination of some government bureaus.  In addition to indirect taxes on energy, Rajoy plans to privatize ports, airports and rail services.

Rajoy promised, “We will significantly reduce the number of public institutions.”  He aims to slash the budget by $ 80 billion over two and a half years.  Meeting budget deficit reduction targets will require austerity and more efficiency, including cuts to government bureaucracy.” Some Spanish economists disagree!

Of course, Germany and the European Commission were delighted with these drastic cuts.  Spain’s Efe News Agency quoted them as saying, “it was an important step toward Spain meeting its deficit target for the year.”

Like so many other struggling nations within the European Union, Spain has been in economic stagnation and recession for more than five years.  It’s unemployment rate is over 24%, with more than half of those without jobs being under age 25.  Again, this will only lead to more youth joining far-right militias.

In “The Pain in Spain Falls Mainly on the Plain Folks:  Lies, Deceit, and an Austerity Sales Tax of 21%,” Extinction Protocol implies that the privatization of public services is the ulterior motive of Rajoy who represents a center right party.

Perhaps only when people stop believing government hype, when they use Christian prayer books as guides to seek God for the truth, maybe then can such deception be uncovered, not only in Spain and the EU, but in the U.S. as well.

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Americans Seem Convinced At Last: Global Warming Is Real

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 21:25 PM
July 11, 2012

        Was it the over-100 degree weather melting most of the country?  Or the wicked storms that devastated the Eastern seaboard?  Or the ferocious fires that ripped through hundreds of homes in Colorado and other western states?  Hmmmm.  Maybe it’s the extreme drought hammering most of the nation.  Whatever the case, Americans are starting to believe that Global Warming is real.

Speaking at a university forum in Australia, Jane Lubchenco, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)  said:  “People’s perceptions in the United States at least are in many cases beginning to change as they experience something first-hand that they at least think is directly attributable to climate change.”

She continues:  “Many people around the world are beginning to appreciate that climate change is under way, that it’s having consequences that are playing out in real time and, in the United States at least, we are seeing more and more examples of extreme weather and extreme climate-related events.”

The Director said her agency is getting ‘skyrocketing’ requests for climate change data from people across the country.  NOAA’s Climate Monitoring Director, Derek Arndt warns:  “In the future you would expect larger, longer more intense heat waves and we’ve seen that in the last few summers.”
The NOAA National Climatic Data Center presented the “State of the Climate:  National Overview for June 2012” report this week proving that the year from July 2011 to June 2012 was the warmest ever seen since the government started keeping records in 1895.  Only the Pacific Northwest was somewhat cooler.

Moreover, the six months since January of this year have been the warmest first half of any year in the U.S. with most states also breaking seasonal records for dryness. And last month broke warm temperature records as well.

Other government agencies support this data.  The National Research Council insists California will see its sea level rise six inches in the next decade or so; and the U.S Geological Survey reports that sea level rising is a “hotspot” along the Atlantic Coast.  Moreover a report from Nature Climate Change finds that human beings largely contribute to ocean warming around the world.

And Michael Oppenheimer of Princeton University makes it plain:  “What we are seeing is a window into what global warming really looks like.” And all these experts agree that things will be much hotter before it gets better.

But what it will take for people to see that we are at the end of time.  Which Bible prophecies will it take for even Christians––who should already know it––to admit that Earth’s end is upon us?  Or will we be like those of whom Apostle Peter predicted:  “. . . saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation (2 Peter 3: 4).”  Except, things are not continuing as they were, are they?

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Fukushima Caused by Collusion, No Regulation, & Culture, Part 2

posted by admin @ 15:44 PM
July 10, 2012

    A deeper look at the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission’s blasts against the Japan’s nuclear power systems leads to the core of the nation’s excessively proud, and morally reckless ‘good ole boys’ system.

Or as Hiroko Tabuchi puts it in his New York Times article, ‘Commission Calls Fukushima Nuclear Crisis a Man-Made Disaster’: “. . . government-industry collusion and the worst conformist conventions of Japanese culture.”

In Tabuchi’s estimation, “the report reserved its most damning language for its criticism of a culture in Japan that suppresses dissent and outside opinion, which might have prompted changes to the country’s lax nuclear controls.”

So while it claims to be a democracy with an open and free press, in actuality Japan borders on being a dictatorship protected by a culture of control and suppression––even over a so-called ‘free-press.’

As happens too often with industries in the United States,  the TEPCO company looked first to their bottom line, instead of the safety of Japanese people.  And this culture of avoiding questions and criticism accommodated their priorities.

The Commission insists that TEPCO refused to take preventive measures.  Reuters reporters, Risa Maeda and Linda Sieg claim:  “Regulators, it said, had been reluctant to adopt global safety standards that could have helped prevent the disaster.”  Again, global safety standards were considered outside interference.

Tabuchi points out that regulators went along with the company’s refusal to take those preventive measures, allowing TEPCO to stall implementation:  “For TEPCO, new regulations would have made running its plants more expensive and cumbersome, and weakened their standing in potential lawsuits brought about by environmental groups.   That was enough motivation for TEPCO to aggressively oppose new safety regulations and draw out negotiations with regulators.”

Hours before the Commission’s report was released, the government and regulators arrogantly allowed the Kansai Electric Power Company’s Ohi nuclear power plant to restart.  And a second plant there is to start later this month.

But experts argue that an active earthquake fault may lay beneath the Kansai plant.  Thus, Professor Jeffery Kingston says, “This means that all of Japan’s reactors are vulnerable and require retro-fitting, calling into question the hasty decision of the (Prime Minister Yoshihiko) Noda cabinet to restart reactors before getting the lessons of Fukushima.”

If such reckless behavior continues, Japan’s unrelenting culture will not only annihilate its nation, it will endanger the rest of the world as well. Truthfully, wholesale Christian Bibles say:  “Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall (Proverbs 16: 18).”  Pray that our country does not fall along with––or by the same negligence––as Japan’s.

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Surprised? Fukushima Caused by Japanese Collusion and Culture

posted by admin @ 0:18 AM
July 10, 2012

        In my last blog, I wrote that Japanese officials admitted they had lied to their people about radiation danger.  I didn’t write when scientists warned Japan not to restart nuclear plants.  They restarted one anyway.  But I must blog now.  An official panel concludes that Fukushima occurred because of government, regulators and industry ‘collusion,’ all part of inbred Japanese culture.

After investigating six month with 900 hours of hearings and 1,100 interviews, the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission concluded this deadly nuclear blunder could have been avoided.

Kiyoshi Kurokawa, the Commission’s Chairman and former head of Tokyo University’s Department of Medicine, wrote:  “It was a profoundly man-made disaster that could and should have been foreseen and prevented.  And its effects could have been mitigated by a more effective human response.”

The report states: “Across the board, the Commission found ignorance and arrogance unforgivable for anyone or any organization that deals with nuclear power. We found a disregard for global trends and a disregard for public safety.”

A really telling blow is the Commission’s conclusion that officials lied when placing plant damage on the tsunami, instead of on the earthquake.  If officials were to admit that the earthquake caused nuclear plants to leak, it would lead to the end of nuclear energy there as the island is so prone to earthquakes.

“However, it is impossible to limit the direct cause of the accident to the tsunami without substantive evidence. The Commission believes that this is an attempt to avoid responsibility by putting all the blame on the unexpected (the tsunami), . . . and not on the more foreseeable quake,”  the report concludes.

In “Commission Calls Fukushima Nuclear Crisis a Man-Made Disaster,” for The New York Times, Hiroko Tabuchi adds:  “Even though the government-appointed Nuclear Safety Commission revised earthquake resistance standards in 2006 and ordered nuclear operators around the country to inspect their reactors, for example, TEPCO did not carry out any checks, and regulators did not follow up.”

The Commission concludes:  TEPCO, the government and regulators “betrayed the nation’s right to safety from nuclear accidents. . . TEPCO manipulated its cozy relationship with regulators to take the teeth out of regulations.”  How much do these cozy relationships with regulators sound like Sarah Newsworthy’s recent reports on power companies in the mid-Atlantic?

What did Sarah say about negligent manslaughter?  Does she not agree with Apostle Paul who writes in used Christian Bibles, “Knowing this, that the law is not made for a righteous man, but for . . . manslayers (1 Timothy 1: 9).”  Perhaps, only when The LORD returns will some men pay for such crimes as these.

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Politics, Power Companies & Killer Storms, Part 2

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 14:22 PM
July 6, 2012

     Let me be among the first to say it:  This country can no longer afford to allow utility services to be profit-making businesses.  In this, the richest country on earth, 24 people have died, and thousands more suffer with no electrical power in 100+ degree heat, while instead of hurriedly fixing downed power lines, utility companies primarily worry about profit margins on financial bottom lines!

In addition to those killed during this outage, there are sick and elderly needing relief?  And how long are nursing homes, hospitals and cooling centers suppose to survive on temporary generators?  Enough already!

While they have laid off workers, avoided updating equipment, and used under-experienced and under-manned teams to repair power outages, America’s utility companies have had plenty of money to lobby federal and state governments to lift regulations––allowing them to make all the more money.

According to, in the last decade, power companies have made at least $ 127 million ‘known’ political contributions at the federal level, and another $ 222 million to politicians at the state level.  And paying $ 191 million to hire 900 different lobbyists in 2010 alone, they spend vastly more on lobbying.

In “Power Outages Around Washington Preceded By Power Plays,” Dan Froomkin writes:  “Major electric utilities have spent hundreds of millions of dollars in the last two decades on campaign contributions and lobbying as part of a hugely successful push to free their industry from federal and state regulations and ostensibly embrace competition.

“Rather than a reduction in prices, the result has been that utilities’ community obligations have been superseded by the need to drive up short-term profits, while enriching top executives and big shareholders has been prioritized over reinvesting profits in improved facilities.”

To make up for their own under-staffed employee roster, utility companies simply rely on one another to ‘borrow’ crews when needed.  Thus, according to Evan Vucci of Associated Press, in this last debacle in the mid-Atlantic, “utility companies have had to wait days for extra crews traveling from as far away as Quebec and Oklahoma.”

But what happens when Global Warming brings power outages to Quebec, Oklahoma and everywhere else at the same time?  How long will power in the essential heart of our country be out then?  This system must be federalized!

Such neglect is usually deemed criminal negligence.  But among utility companies, their lobbyists and political payees, it is just business as usual.  As wholesale Christian Bibles state: “Some men’s sins are open beforehand, going before to judgment (1 Timothy 5: 24).”  Let us pray that in the case of power company executives, their sins are exposed sooner, rather than later!

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Politics, Power Companies & Killer D.C./Greater Area Storms

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 17:01 PM
July 5, 2012

    How’s this for national safety:  Up to 26 now dead from Mid-Atlantic storm; 1.8 million in mid-Atlantic still without power as of Tuesday night; emergency phones didn’t work, etc.  How could those in charge of safety around the nation’s capitol be so woefully ill-prepared for even these relatively minor disasters.

Moreover, how have massive lobby payments protected power companies from responsible regulation?  And how did politicians and regulators––who are suppose to protect the American people––let this happen?

To quote the editorial pages of the Washington Post this week:  “In Northern Virginia, where Verizon handles most 911 calls, emergency phone service simply did not exist for much of the weekend, . . .  Suburban Maryland’s main power provider, Pepco, once again scrambled to restore electricity to hundreds of thousands of customers who have come almost to expect wildly inconvenient outages in extreme temperatures.”

Kasey Jones of the Associated Press reports:  “More than 146,000 Virginia homes and businesses remained without power after, down from a peak of about 1.2 million after the storms.  In New Jersey, Atlantic City Electric said nearly 30,000 homes and businesses were still without service. . . down from 206,000.”

Pepco customers have nothing but disdain for that company which spends multi-millions of dollars on TV and print advertisement about their readiness.  And they spend even more lobbying Congress to resist regulation of their industry.  A major problem for Pepco is the traveling sophistication of its customer base:

“I have a lot of people in my district who’ve lived all over the world, and they’ve never seen such unreliable service,”  Montgomery County Council President Roger Berliner (D-Potomac-Bethesda) told Marc Fisher of the Washington Post. “People joke about Pepco being the Pakistan Electric Power Company. I’m just so tired of Pepco’s PR. It’s time for performance, not PR.”

So much public pressure has come down on the poorly operated system that even utility regulators are sharing in the blame.  Douglas Nazarian, chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission says, “We, as a commission, can fairly be criticized.  We didn’t pick up early enough on the need for comprehensive reliability regulations. . . . You can call us on that one.”

Come on boys, you have to do better than putting company logos on plus size Christian t-shirts.  Your area of responsibility includes the White House, the Capitol buildings, the Pentagon, etc.  As The LORD Jesus said, “No servant can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other (Luke 16: 13).”  So just who do utility companies and regulators serve, the public or stock holders?  Tomorrow, more on the millions spent on lobbying instead of on underground wiring and better customer service.

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    Jael:  Oooooo.kayyy.  The gang’s pushing me out the way, cause they want to talk.  So have at it folks, and remember to leave space for others to talk!  So in case I don’t get back on line to say it, have a Happy July 4th, and stay safe!

Newspaper Boys and Girls, Intl.:  Well, its been long times since we’s seen ya’ll.  But we’s been sendin’ our stories to Jael, Ally, Sarah, et al.  God Bless, and  remember people in most other countries don’t have a July 4th to celebrate!

Animal Rights Kids:  Please stay away from these new spiders invading our country.  Some of their bites can kill!  Join us.  We’s organizin’ a Kids Animal Rights Revolt gainst Jael, just as soon as we get permission from Rev. Repriestly.

John:  Did you ever hear that song, “Didn’t Hear Nobody Prayin?”  Well, its too true.  But Jude, the girls and I’s still holdin’ prayer meetins even in this hot weather.  Make sure to send your prayin request-is to us through Jael. Thanks!

Dr. Ad Versery:  Listen!  No spider, mosquito, fly, etc. bites.  No dirty food or swimming water.  Cook everything well done!  And put antiseptic on all cuts.  If you feel sick for anything, go see a doctor.  Just too many new diseases out there!

Maleekie Ambularie:  Right doc!  And John, people are still praying overseas.  Nowadays, that’s the only way they can survive diseases, drought, etc.!

Frank Butterman:  And remember, stay safe this holiday.  No dangerous fireworks, especially around kids.  And no leaving kids and pets in hot cars!

Ally Fearmeno:  Attention Americans!  While I’m stuck here in Japan where all rhyme and reason seems gone, I think about the great United States, and how blessed we are.  So please, please don’t forget to be thankful to God for our nation.

Sarah Newsworthy:  We get many more news stories about hurricanes, floods, killer rain storms, volcano eruptions, and other whacky weather than we have space to write about.  We always try to send you, what we think is most important for your health, safety and comfort.  So please keep reading out blogs.  Your support means our success.  And don’t forget to visit our sister site: for the latest end time news!

Wendy Weathersbee:  Be prepared this summer.  As we have seen from fires out west, and strange storms in the East, nothing in modern life is guaranteed.  So while we celebrate July 4th, remember to have back-up survival plans:  keep cell phones fully charged; have warning code signals; establish alternative meeting places in cases of nature’s emergencies; stock up on non-perishable foods, etc.

Rev. Repriestly:  If there were ever one among Bible verse cards we must remember, it is:  “Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints (Ephesians 6: 18).”  As Maleekie says, we all really need God’s help to survive whatever comes.  And our prayers keep us in touch with Him and His will at all times!

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Deadly Fires & Storms––Killer D.C./Greater Area ‘Hurricane’

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 16:55 PM
July 2, 2012

    Millions living without power, summer camps and seasonal school classes cancelled, Amtrak suspended services, subways rerouted, government workers told to work from home, downed trees not yet removed, tractor trailers upended, emergency cooling centers opened as heat soars to over 100 degrees––all from the violent storms tearing through the D.C. and Mid Atlantic areas this weekend.

Michael Ruane and Debbi Wilgoren of The Washington Post report:  “The vast crescent of storms that swept across the Appalachians into the region on Friday night killed . . . a total of at least 17 deaths in a swath of mid-Atlantic states reaching from New Jersey to Kentucky.”  It also left some 20 others injured.

How could the wealthiest country on earth be so unprepared for a simple summer storm?  As we go overseas to fight countless wars, to put in new roads and rebuild cities in distant lands, is there a reason that we have not spent the money to put power lines underground at home?  When will the public health and safety of our own be important enough to spend money for safety in our citizens?

Jason Samenow of Capital Weather Gang defines weather anomalies that hit the greater D.C. area a ‘derecho,’ a “kind of fast-moving, long-lived, large, and violent thunderstorm complex.”  He called it “one of the most destructive complexes of thunderstorms in memory swept through the entire D.C. area.”

Wikipedia defines ‘derecho’ as “a widespread and long-lived, violent convectively induced straight-line windstorm that is associated with a fast-moving band of severe thunderstorms in the form of a squall line usually taking the form of a bow echo.” With extensive damage, the storm had wind gusts of 60 to 80 mph.

To pave the way for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other sources of help, the governors of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio, along with local entities in the District of Colombia declared states of emergency.  Nine states as far away as Indiana have power outages.

But again, how many would be dead, and how many millions of Americans would be without power if the storm had been a hurricane or tornado?  Why aren’t local, state and federal governments better prepared for such disasters?

Those who accept Global Warming as reality know full well that this country will be hit with even stronger wacky storms and even more strange and extremely hot weather in the months and years to come.

A central of Christian messages is to be prepared:  “Be thou prepared, and prepare for thyself, thou, and all thy company that are assembled unto thee, and be thou a guard unto them (Ezekiel 38: 7).”  A nation is not well-prepared when those who guard it spend more time preparing for others than they do preparing for their own.

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Fires Here, Storms There––Colorado [& U.S.] Federal Emergencies!

posted by Sarah N Worthy IATTWJ Member @ 1:19 AM
July 1, 2012

       The President is ‘shocked’ to see the destruction of the fires in Colorado Springs with a second person found dead in the flames and more deaths expected there; fires have destroyed 160 structures in Utah and 60 homes in Idaho; a freak storm darkens the East Coast; some parts of the U.S. record the highest temperatures ever––and few ‘experts’ connect the dots to Global Warming.

According to Agence France-Presse writing for, “A shocked U. S. President Barack Obama on Friday toured ‘heartbroken’ Colorado neighborhoods torched by rampaging wildfires, viewing charred homes and cars melted by intense heat.”  The President has declared the area a federal disaster, releasing more funds and other resources for the area and its people.

President Obama said, “This community is obviously heartbroken.”  So far fires in Colorado Springs have destroyed some 350 homes, forced over 36,000 residents to evacuate, and it is threatening another 20,000 homes and businesses.

That area continues to be a tinderbox.  “Everything you put water on, it was just swallowing it.  It looks like hell. I would imagine it felt like a nuclear bomb went off. There was fire everywhere,” said firefighter Rich Rexach who has pulled 12 hour shifts this week in fighting the fire.

While the fires in Colorado Springs are the largest in the states history, another fire in High Park, Colorado, has devastated some 260 homes is the second largest in state records.  But the High Park fire is generally contained.

But back in the President’s home turf of Washington, D.C., Reuters reports:  “Powerful storms struck the mid-Atlantic states with hurricane-force gusts on Friday, knocking out power to more than one million people in the region.”

The U.S. National Weather Service posted ‘severe thunderstorm watch’ for the District of Columbia, Kentucky, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.  The advisory warned of 80 miles per hour wind gusts and large hail.

Meanwhile, CNN reports: “Tens of millions in the central and eastern United States are bearing the full brunt of summer . . . Temperatures Friday soared past 100 degrees Fahrenheit from Topeka, Kansas, to Washington, and the same scorching conditions are expected to continue through the weekend and beyond.”

I am getting about as impatient as our kids who report on the animals, and as Ally I. Feermeno who reports for us on the idiocies around nuclear power in Japan.  What is it going to take for our leaders to get the message?  These disastrous fires and weather anomalies come from Global Warming.  Must we taste the Bible prophecies about hell before we admit our mistakes, and reverse Global Warming?

Memo to Brother John’s prayer group:  “Please pray for our nation as Moses did in Exodus 34: 9:  ‘Lord, I pray thee, go among us; for it is a stiffnecked people; and pardon our iniquity and our sin, and take us for thine inheritance’.”  Amen!

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